God mode in Half Life 2

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So, sometimes I like to feel invincible and run
around and not worry about enemy fire, so I tried
to use the god cheat in HL2. I brought up the console,
typed god and submitted. Well, my health still goes
down when shot. Am I missing something? Is there another
way to enter god mode?
 
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Spalls Hurgenson wrote:
> On 27 Mar 2005 18:30:30 -0800, "stbenn" <sbennetch@nyc.rr.com> wrote:
>
> >So, sometimes I like to feel invincible and run
> >around and not worry about enemy fire, so I tried
> >to use the god cheat in HL2. I brought up the console,
> >typed god and submitted. Well, my health still goes
> >down when shot. Am I missing something? Is there another
> >way to enter god mode?
>
> Yes, you need to activate the cheats first.
>
> Start the game.
>
> Pull down the console
>
> Type "sv_cheats 1" (sans quotes, of course)
>
> Type in the cheat code (e.g., GOD or BUDDHA or IMPULSE 101 or NOCLIP
> or NOTARGET or...)
>
> Make the Combine pay for what they have done.


Thanks Spalls, that did the trick.
Time for some blood letting!
 
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On 27 Mar 2005 18:30:30 -0800, "stbenn" <sbennetch@nyc.rr.com> wrote:

>So, sometimes I like to feel invincible and run
>around and not worry about enemy fire, so I tried
>to use the god cheat in HL2. I brought up the console,
>typed god and submitted. Well, my health still goes
>down when shot. Am I missing something? Is there another
>way to enter god mode?

Yes, you need to activate the cheats first.

Start the game.

Pull down the console

Type "sv_cheats 1" (sans quotes, of course)

Type in the cheat code (e.g., GOD or BUDDHA or IMPULSE 101 or NOCLIP
or NOTARGET or...)

Make the Combine pay for what they have done.
 
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> i really have to rethink my stay in this group
> am i the only one who will never ever accept being humiliated by valve?
> am i the only true pc gamer in this group?
>
> definitely i really must evaluate the worthiness of this group and if i
> would stay were...

Finally.
 

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On Mon, 28 Mar 2005 07:45:45 +0100, "sayNO2steam [authentic]"
<sayNO2steam@yahoo.com> wrote:

>i really have to rethink my stay in this group

*fingers crossed*

>am i the only one who will never ever accept being humiliated by valve?

You humiliate yourself with every post you write.

>am i the only true pc gamer in this group?

If "true pc gamer" means one who never writes anything about games,
then yes. You contribute nothing positive to this group whatsoever,
and have chased off genuine gamers who would have something useful or
interesting to say.
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On Mon, 28 Mar 2005 15:58:46 GMT, Spalls Hurgenson <yoinks@ebalu.com>
wrote:

>have other games to keep me busy. Right now Garrett and I are stealing
>the Hammerites blind, and the Pagans are next! :)

The only bad thing I can say about Thief is that you'd think the
world's best thief wouldn't have to be pinching pennies to buy arrows.

A minor point though, the entire Thief series was great. Quite a
change from the FPS of the time when the first one came out, you could
actually complete an entire mission without even being detected by the
enemy, much less having to just kill every single one of them.

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"sayNO2steam [authentic]" <sayNO2steam@yahoo.com> once tried to test me
with:

> i really have to rethink my stay in this group

Oh god, please, please help him make the right choice.

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Johnny Bravo <baawa_knight@yahoo.com> once tried to test me with:

> A minor point though, the entire Thief series was great. Quite a
> change from the FPS of the time when the first one came out, you could
> actually complete an entire mission without even being detected by the
> enemy, much less having to just kill every single one of them.

He spends all his money on hookers in between missions.

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On 29 Mar 2005 02:46:13 GMT, Knight37 <knight37m@email.com> wrote:

>Johnny Bravo <baawa_knight@yahoo.com> once tried to test me with:
>
>> A minor point though, the entire Thief series was great. Quite a
>> change from the FPS of the time when the first one came out, you could
>> actually complete an entire mission without even being detected by the
>> enemy, much less having to just kill every single one of them.
>
>He spends all his money on hookers in between missions.

If that's the case it would only be fair for us to see it. :)

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Johnny Bravo <baawa_knight@yahoo.com> once tried to test me with:

> On 29 Mar 2005 02:46:13 GMT, Knight37 <knight37m@email.com> wrote:
>
>>Johnny Bravo <baawa_knight@yahoo.com> once tried to test me with:
>>
>>> A minor point though, the entire Thief series was great. Quite a
>>> change from the FPS of the time when the first one came out, you could
>>> actually complete an entire mission without even being detected by the
>>> enemy, much less having to just kill every single one of them.
>>
>>He spends all his money on hookers in between missions.
>
> If that's the case it would only be fair for us to see it. :)
>

We DO see it. Oh, wait, do you have the Wal-Mart version?

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"TheLoanArranger" wrote

>> i really have to rethink my stay in this group
>> am i the only one who will never ever accept being humiliated by valve?
>> am i the only true pc gamer in this group?

>> definitely i really must evaluate the worthiness of this group and if i
>> would stay were...

> Finally.

I fear that you are being teased.
 

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"Andrew" wrote
> "Jim Vieira" wrote:

>>The way you guys all personally attack and insult him is in poor
>>character in my opinion. I agree with him, so go ahead and hate
>>me too. I just don't have the patience or time to fight the good
>>fight with him.

> I don't have a problem with anyone not liking electronic delivery
> systems, or not liking certain features of Steam and arguing
> coherently about it. I don't like everything about Steam, but there is
> more I dislike about the retail channel. My problem with Dif****wit is
> that nearly all he talks about is Steam when he hasn't used it and he
> spouts complete lies about it and makes libelous statements against
> Valve. Legitimate arguments for and against Steam were done to death
> months ago, nothing has changed.

I think that's the third time Jim has made the same point. And each time it
has carefully been explained to him that DiFool has brought this on himself.

I suspect that he doesn't read the replies.

If 'Steam' didn't exist it would be necessary for DiFool to invent it.
 
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On Tue, 29 Mar 2005 08:02:24 GMT, "Vince" <vmelia@nospamblueyonder.co.uk>
wrote:

>"TheLoanArranger" wrote
>
>>> i really have to rethink my stay in this group
>>> am i the only one who will never ever accept being humiliated by valve?
>>> am i the only true pc gamer in this group?
>
>>> definitely i really must evaluate the worthiness of this group and if i
>>> would stay were...
>
>> Finally.
>
>I fear that you are being teased.

No, the Individual.Net account will expire on April 1st. He's just trying
to save face, when he's already lost it 2147483647 times over. The poster
also uses Free Agent... which also means that the poster won't be paying
for the news account.
 
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On Tue, 29 Mar 2005 10:16:31 +0100, "sayNO2steam [authentic]"
<sayNO2steam@yahoo.com> wrote:

>no you're not been helpful! you're being damaging!
>promoting half-life 2 is damaging pc games!

According to you that is worse than piracy. Why do you think it
would be best for pc games if all the game companies were pirated into
bankruptcy as long as people stopped promoting half-life 2?

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On Tue, 29 Mar 2005 08:07:22 GMT, "Vince"
<vmelia@nospamblueyonder.co.uk> wrote:

>If 'Steam' didn't exist it would be necessary for DiFool to invent it.

LOL :)
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bk039@ncf.ca (Raymond Martineau) once tried to test me with:

> On Tue, 29 Mar 2005 08:02:24 GMT, "Vince"
> <vmelia@nospamblueyonder.co.uk> wrote:
>
>>"TheLoanArranger" wrote
>>
>>>> i really have to rethink my stay in this group
>>>> am i the only one who will never ever accept being humiliated by
>>>> valve? am i the only true pc gamer in this group?
>>
>>>> definitely i really must evaluate the worthiness of this group and
>>>> if i would stay were...
>>
>>> Finally.
>>
>>I fear that you are being teased.
>
> No, the Individual.Net account will expire on April 1st. He's just
> trying to save face, when he's already lost it 2147483647 times over.
> The poster also uses Free Agent... which also means that the poster
> won't be paying for the news account.

Lets just pray that he doesn't find another free usenet server.

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Vince wrote:
> "sayNO2steam [authentic]" wrote
> > Spalls Hurgenson wrote:
>
> >> You know, it is possible to get the cheat codes for a game without
>
> > hypocrite!
> > liar!
> > and even so, even if you only gave the info without actually buying
> > the game it would be treason the same cause you are still promoting
> > half-life 2 instead of warning about damaging steam
>
> This is not an authentic posting.
>
> Clearly it's from someone trying to make DiFool look like a loony.

And I wish they wouldn't bother.
1) It's unnecessary
2) It's a cheap dig and is basically trolling. If you can't respond in
your own words, don't pretend to be someone else.
3) It just confuses the thread and makes it difficult to have any sort
of coherent discussion because we just end up talking about whether a
post is authentic or not. But that's the point of trolling I suppose.
 

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"sayNO2steam [authentic]" wrote
> Spalls Hurgenson wrote:

>> You know, it is possible to get the cheat codes for a game without

> hypocrite!
> liar!
> and even so, even if you only gave the info without actually buying
> the game it would be treason the same cause you are still promoting
> half-life 2 instead of warning about damaging steam

This is not an authentic posting.

Clearly it's from someone trying to make DiFool look like a loony.
 
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Thusly "Vince" <vmelia@nospamblueyonder.co.uk> Spake Unto All:

>"sayNO2steam [authentic]" wrote
>> Spalls Hurgenson wrote:
>
>>> You know, it is possible to get the cheat codes for a game without
>
>> hypocrite!
>> liar!
>> and even so, even if you only gave the info without actually buying
>> the game it would be treason the same cause you are still promoting
>> half-life 2 instead of warning about damaging steam
>
>This is not an authentic posting.

Yes and no. It's another verbatim archivable repost of a real difool
post. The original is mentioned in one of his sad 'authenticity'
posts, and is still available on google,
message-id: t34i41961769sa0s5o98faoj0mv7ai09ae@4ax.com

>Clearly it's from someone trying to make DiFool look like a loony.

Yeah: sayNO2steam.


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Thusly "Chadwick" <chadwick110@hotmail.com> Spake Unto All:

>> >> You know, it is possible to get the cheat codes for a game without
>>
>> > hypocrite!
>> > liar!
>> > and even so, even if you only gave the info without actually buying
>> > the game it would be treason the same cause you are still promoting
>> > half-life 2 instead of warning about damaging steam
>>
>> This is not an authentic posting.
>>
>> Clearly it's from someone trying to make DiFool look like a loony.
>
>And I wish they wouldn't bother.
>1) It's unnecessary

It sure is. That was an authentic posting. Well, a repost of an
authentic posting.
 

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